I love the seasons; few things bring me as much excitement as spotting the first blossoms and daffodils of the year or catching sight of the first red leaves in autumn. I will be cooking Easter lunch for my family this year for the first time, and to celebrate I thought I would make some pretty table settings to show off the Easter and Spring Colours.
These were incredibly simple to make – using plates, napkins and ribbons in a combination of Easter pastel colours, slot a trimmed, single spring flower (yellow or white daffodils, crocuses, tulips, or a short twig with pink or white blossoms) between your cutlery on a napkin, and use a ribbon to tie it together.
These simple, beautiful decorations make the table ready for a special occasion – once everyone is ready to eat just pop the flowers into a tall glass filled with water for a quick centre piece. These would be perfect for either an Easter lunch or for breakfast with my Hot Cross Bun Recipe.